Adaptation and Origin in the Plant World: The Rôle of Environment in Evolution

@article{Reeder1951AdaptationAO,
  title={Adaptation and Origin in the Plant World: The R{\^o}le of Environment in Evolution},
  author={John R. Reeder},
  journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine},
  year={1951},
  volume={23},
  pages={542 - 543}
}
  • John R. Reeder
  • Published 1951 in The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
PROGRESS IN BIOPHYSICS AND BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. By J. A. V. Butler and J. T. Randall, Eds. New York, Academic Press, Inc., 1950. viii + 279 pp. $6.80. This is the first of another "advances" series in the somewhat ill-defined field of biophysics. Generally speaking, the term biophysics includes two fields. One may be described as the application of physical concepts and methods of thought to fundamental biological problems. The other is the application of physical instrumentation to… CONTINUE READING